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Upcoming Show: Eine runde Sache

Eine runde Sache

Ausstellungseröffnung am Samstag den 26.06.2021 von 14:00 bis 18:00 Uhr.

In wechselnden Hängungen zeigen wir Werke aus der Welt des Kreises.

Mit Arbeiten von Ilse Aberer, Hellmut Bruch, Christoph Dahlhausen, Christiane Grimm, Rosa M. Hessling, Ralph Kerstner, Viktoria Körösi, Müller-Emil, Michael Post, Heiner Thiel, Wolfram Ullrich, Uta Weber und Reinhard Wöllmer.

Galerie Mariette Haas, Neubaustraße 2, 85049 Ingolstadt, Deutschland

#JapanRevisited202x: then—now—after The Publication at Morioka Shoten Ginza, Tokyo June 8-13, 2021

#JapanRevisited202x THE PUBLICATION (design: Jan Vranovský) on display until June 13, 2021 at Morioka Shoten in Ginza, Tokyo — the “world’s smallest bookstore” and a cornerstone of Tokyo’s art book scene.
With its unique concept “a single room with a single book,” Morioka Shoten is host to the world of #JapanRevisited202x and the 100+ artists featured within, showcasing our publication and a glimpse into the projects of Austrian artists Anita Gratzer, Martin Ebner and Wolfgang Seierl. 
→ #JapanRevisited202x: then—now—after  The Publication at Morioka Shoten Ginza, TokyoJune 8-13, 2021
Opening Hours: 13:00-19:00Address: 1-28-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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photos: © Yulia Skogoreva

#JapanRevisited202x: then-now-after, the book is out now

The #JapanRevisited202x: then-now-after publication is out now! 100+ artists from Austria make it possible to re-visit Japan through their memories, hopes and dreams for the future.
Two volumes in one allow browsing of all contributions. You can also experience the projects on the interactive platform

designed by Jan Vranovský 

curated by Sybilla Patrizia 

support by Yara Abu Aataya, Daisuke Orio and Chiawen Lin

printed by サンエムカラー

Under Construction, Oberösterreichischer Kunstverein, 10-24 February 2021

Charlotte Wiesmann, Thomas Steiner, Oswald Miedl, Beni Altmüller, Chiho Aono, Viktoria Körösi, Werner Puntigam, Walter Kainz, Daniela Pesendorfer, Evalie Wagner, Josseline Engeler, Leopold Kogler, Ingrid Gaier, Angelika Windegger, Clemens Mock, Martin Staufner, Sibylle Küblböck, Monika Migl-Frühling, Johannes Steininger, Anna Maria Brandstätter, Maria Hanl, Linde Kliment

Galerie Oberösterreichischer Kunstverein

Ursulinenhof im OÖ Kulturquartier
Landstraße 31
4020 Linz, Austria

Invitation to Rinko-kaku Project 2020【臨江閣】rinko-kaku-茶室-プロジェクト2020

臨江閣 茶室 プロジェクト2020

[Tea room] is a space that can be prepared for the sublimation of the spirit of the lord of the tea ceremony. A very luxurious tea house that is built for the act of drinking tea has not been used only for tasting tea, but is a guest that is served by a teacup of the tea room. It is also said to be a “Japanese-specific beauty festival” that served as a place to show off its own sense of beauty and communicate.

In addition, the invited customers themselves purify their bodies by drinking and drinking the medicinal and aesthetic sensations in the “tea”. I think [teahouse space sense] has the effect of encouraging people in such a situation. And the microcosm has all the mental functions necessary to “taste tea”. The beauty consciousness born by the tea room where all three are “tools, people, and space” has the source of “beauty in everyday life”.

Upcoming: Rinko-kaku Project 2020

臨江閣 茶室 プロジェクト2020

RINKO-KAKU Project 2020 November 12-15., 2020 

Exhibiting artists: Linda Carrara (IT), Árpád Forgó (H), Shuhei Fukuda (JP), Viktória Körösi (HU/AT), Yuka Miyazaki (JP

Curator: Shuhei Fukuda
Assistant curator, text: Gábor Pintér - Parallel Art Foundation
Coordinator: Atsuo Hukuda - Concept Space / AiS Gallery
Public relation: Yuka Miyazaki 

 Address: 15 3-chome, Ote-machi, Maebashi 

 The site-specific exhibition in the historical Rinko-kaku Tea House is the second phase of the collaboration between Concept Space, Japan and Parallel Art Foundation, Hungary. In 2019, Rómer Flóris Museum of Art and History in Győr, Hungary hosted the exhibition Fine Matters in its renaissance building, introducing Atsuo Hukuda from Japan, Linda Carrara from Italy and Viktória Körösi from Hungary. Invited artists joined the 51st Artist Residency program of the museum as well. This time, Rinko-kaku Tea House in Maebashi challenges the artists to get in dialogue with a space full of symbols, references and rich history. A house within a 130-year-old building complex, built by the first governor of Gunma, Motohiko Katori (1829-1912) hosts mostly new artworks and installations created for this special occasion.
The five participating artists, Linda Carrara (IT), Árpád Forgó (HU), Shuhei Fukuda (JP), Viktória Körösi (HU/AT) and Yuka Miyazaki (JP), explore contemporary interpretations of traditional techniques with a minimalist and delicate approach. Their focus is on the investigation of materials, the contradiction of their real/known and perceived features that appear in the works represented by structures, forms and the balance between dimensions. Floating silver foliage, marble wood blocks, shaped canvas objects and the crazed paintings installed in this unique space motivate the viewer to discover the works from different angles, to move in the space, but at the same time to hold and meditate.   

Gabor Pinter, Pararallel Art Foundation/Assistant curator, text

JapanRevisited202x then-now-after

#JapanRevisited202x: then-now-after has been conceived by the Austrian Cultural Forum Tokyo as a platform for artists from Austria to reimagine and revisit their memories, interpretations, and dreams associated with Japan. Building on more than 150 years of cultural exchange between Austria and Japan, the exceptional year 2020 seemed perfect for this experiment.

A selection of 100+ works submitted to #JapanRevisited202x are featured on this website in a curated audio-visual journey and online gallery from September to November 2020.

Fine Matters extended till 15 September 2019

Fine Matters is an exhibition of Atsuo Hukuda, Linda Carrara and Viktoria Körösi at Flóris Rómer Museum of Art and History, Győr, Hungary curated by Parallel Art Foundation.

photo credit: © Gábor Marcali

Fine Matters

Fine Matters

An exhibition of Atsuo Hukuda (JP), Linda Carrara (IT), Viktória Körösi (HU) Location: Rómer Flóris Museum of Art and History – Magyar Ispita Address: 9022 Győr, Nefelejcs köz 3., Hungary Opening: 8 July 2019, 6pm The exhibition is on view till 1 September 2019

Nemes ügyek

Kiállító művészek: Atsuo Hukuda (JP), Linda Carrara (IT), Körösi Viktória (HU) Helyszín: Rómer Flóris Művészeti és Történeti Múzeum – Magyar Ispita 9022 Győr, Nefelejcs köz 3., Hungary Megnyitó: 2019. július 8. hétfő, 18:00 A kiállítás megtekinthető: 2019. szeptember 1-ig.